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What you need to know about Sun Screen

What you need to know about Sun Screen

Here is a great article about Sunscreen published in Skin Inc Magazine.  Please note that at MD Aesthetics, we have always advocated that clients use physical based sunscreens that use Zinc Oxide and or titanium oxide.   Whereas, chemical based sunscreens are significantly inferior in terms of coverage as well as, based on this article, some ingredients are under scrutiny. We recommend MD Elta and Tizo 3.

Sunscreen Data Requests, Misperceptions and the Public Health Crisis

May 22, 2019  Rachel Grabenhofer with Michael Werner, PASS Coalition adviser

Michael Werner is a Washington, D.C.-based public policy...


5 Myths and Truths About Cleansing and Acne

5 Myths and Truths About Cleansing and Acne

Washing your face too much can make your acne worse or even cause it

Happy Mother's Day

Happy Mother's Day

 

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Foods and Acne

Great Article from Skin Inc Magazine.


5 Misconceptions About Botox (and the Big Mistake I Made). A great read from RealSelf by Nicole Hardy, a Seattle-based writer

5 Misconceptions About Botox (and the Big Mistake I Made). A great read from RealSelf by Nicole Hardy, a Seattle-based writer

We hope you enjoy this article by Nicole Hardy, published in RealSelf Magazine

When a friend called last year asking if I wanted free Botox, of course I said yes. It seemed like a win-win: she’d started a new job as a nurse aesthetician and needed to learn how to give injections (under strict supervision), and I’d just been laid off. I was curious, broke, and free in the middle of the day—which is how I ended up getting neurotoxin injections from someone who’d never given them before. What could go wrong?


Injectables (including fillers) can go terribly wrong—as in...